The America’s Got Talent 2015 live stream and televised finale will witness the crowning of the latest grand prize talent show winner. The final performances for AGT season 10 came on Tuesday night setting up tonight’s season finale. America has placed their votes, so which of the odds on favorite to win for the latest contestants will take the main prize? Live streaming online and televised coverage of the exciting finish arrives through NBC networks.
According to Indy Star in their Sept. 16 report, there may be a lock for the winner of the latest season of the hit talent show on NBC. Drew Lynch, a comedian who has a stutter he makes work effectively for his act, seems to be the frontrunner. Lynch suffers from the severe stutter due to a softball injury which damaged his vocal chords. He’s had the constant support and endorsement of fellow comedian, show judge Howie Mandel, who called him a “golden gem as far as comedy and a person.”
Recently, the Bovada online sports book had listed Lynch at +500 odds to win. He was trailing two others, comedian Paul Zerdin at +200 and The Professional Regurgitator at +400. Just below Lynch were Piff the Magic Dragon at +700 and Oz Perlman at +700. However, it seems the entertaining and hilarious former athlete who now makes a stutter work to his advantage could be the one to beat. If Mandel has his way, Lynch will probably be joining him on a future tour.
Wednesday night’s America’s Got Talent season 10 finale has a scheduled start time of 9 p.m. Eastern Time. Live televised coverage of the show is available around the United States on NBC and their local affiliate stations. Live streaming online video can be seen via the NBC Live website or NBC mobile apps in participating regions of the country.
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